Cazadores Tequila, from the world-famous Barcardi brand, is a tequila produced in Mexico with agave from the Highlands of Jalisco. Available in Reposado and Añejo varieties to purchase from our online shop, Cazadores is one of the oldest and most recognised tequila brands. Made using a selective, small batch approach, the prodution of Cazadores is overseen by a Maestro Tequilero to ensure that the finished product is always of the very best quality.
The tequila from Cazadores is a silver straw colour, with a rich and flavourful body. On the nose, it is floral and complex, while on the tongue, the tequila is elegant and refined. It has strong notes of agave, plus subtle tastes of caramel and smoke which linger in the mouth, with a finish which is sweet and moderately long. It is a smooth tequila which can be enjoyed as a sipping tequila, over ice, or in delicious cocktails.
Some of the cocktails which you could make with Cazadores tequila if you purchase a bottle from our shop include the Paloma (tequila, grapefruit soda, lime juice, and just a pinch of salt), the Bee Sting (tequila, lemon juice, honey, and a hot and spicy jalapeno pepper), the Tequila Sunrise (tequila, orange juice, and grenadine syrup), and of course the classic Margarita (tequila, lime juice, and Cointreau). But you aren't limited to just fresh Margaritas! You can even make your own refreshing frozen Margaritas at home. The secret to a really cold, slushy frozen Margarita is to mix up the ingredients with ice cubes the day before you want to drink, and then put the whole jug in the freezer. The high level of alcohol means that the Margarita won't freeze, but it will get very cold. Then when you're ready to get your frozen Margarita on, you can pour the whole chilled mix into a blender and enjoy this delicious slushy drink.
Cazadores Tequila is made using traditional methods
Double fermented, double distilled in small batches, made from 100% Highland blue agave, and matured in small virgin oak barrels - this is how tequila has been made for hundreds of years, and how Cazadores still make their tequila today. A panel of fifteen experts tastes and reviews every single batch of tequila made by Cazadores to ensure that it meets the standards of quality which are so important.
Redesigned packaging for Cazadores Tequila
Recently, the packaging of Cazadores was redesigned so that the outside of the bottle looks as good as the contents taste! Designed to commemorate Grito de Dolores (Mexico's Independence Day), Cazadores' new look pays homage to the history of the brand. The redesigned bottle has a unique and stylish shape, with an embossed neck which references 1922 - the year in which the tequila recipe used by Cazadores was first written. There is further embossing on the back of the bottle, which adds a stamp in a stylish design which recalls the stag for which the brand is named. The labelling is even in Spanish to pay tribute to the Mexican roots of tequila.